Frankly speaking, CBD can help to relax the mind and numb the pain for some time without getting you high. Moreover, there is a lot of cannabidiol containing products today, it depends on what exactly you want. My brother takes some cbd gummies without THC because of problems with his back. In other words, the medical community and consumers are interested in use of CBD for pain relief because it can offer a more natural alternative to medications, such as opioids, that can be addictive and cause unpleasant side effects.
Wow you can actually mention the brands of CBS oil now?? That's new to me. I got told off for mentioning the brand before. When did that change?
iv taken CBD throughout my treatments for BC, I got through 6 months of chemo, then a mastectomy, radiotherapy.
I was discharged all clear, I still take the CBD and it’s helped significantly.
I take the love CBD and CBD brothers oil.
I have been taking CBD, from the day of my diagnosis, which was in May 18.
I have spoken to my Dr about it, and they were indifferent to me taking it.
When I was having Chemo, the nurse asked me to stop taking it, however I continued.
CBD has helped me through anxiety, Depression and all the side effects of chemotherapy.
I will continue to take it, alongside Iscador, High dose Curcumin, Boswellia, and various other supplements.
The key is to strengthen your immune system, reducing inflammation and cortisol levels.
Good luck, sending you some healing. 💓🙌
Hi, my mum has recently been diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer, metastisis of the lymph nodes - very similar to what your diagnosis is. She will start chemo in a couple of weeks. May I ask you what chemo drugs are you currently taking? Sounds like you are having great success with your treatment plan! She has been on CBD oil since she was first diagnosed 5 years ago and was able to shrink it (I believe mostly due to CBD). Then she got a cat bite and the cancer came back with fury and agression and is now IBC.
I started using CBD oil a month or so ago to counteract joint pain from Taxol/Herceptin and the results were amazing. However I'd bought the oil to use with a dropper and found adjusting the dosage difficult so stopped and have just restarted using capsules so I can adjust the dosage more accurately. It's expensive but I think it's worth buying the best you can find/afford.
I have just been readig up on this oil , I have bone , axilla ? lung and maybe liver ????? having MRI tomorrow. I am interested in this oil and would like to hear of peoples expereinces , and I think I am going to ask my Onc about his views !!! after all nothing to lose, in the waiting room now.
Take care all xxx
On reading, it is the THC which causes the high, that can shrink tumors and cause cancer cells to "commit Suicide", so the CBD is not helpful here, unless you look at CBD that is ingested - when stomach acids are involved, it changes the CBD to THC. Sadly because of the legalities of this plant, it is difficult to find good research and info.
I've heard re CBD oil recently as well - a friend's mother who is receiving treatment in Ireland has been taking it and her cancer has improved dramatically but of course that could be down to a number of factors - apparently it is quite widely recommended over there. I have found it through a reputable high street type site but haven't tried it as yet.
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I have heard about this recently myself and would like to know more about it. For instance does it only have benefits if used with chemo? IS it addictive?